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EL PASO HERALD
Saturday, Sept. 13, 1913
Pastor Says These Styles Bat Women From Heaven
Left to right : The slit skirt, the pantaloon skirt, the transparent skirt, the kneelet gown.
According to the Rev. Dr. Len G. Broughton, pastor of Christ church, "Westminster. London, who delivered a sermon recently in New York on the sub
ject "Shall we meet our beloved ones In heaven?" the styles worn by the women today bar them from heaven. He told his audience that women are
wearing these extreme fashions so that they will be the subjects of gossip. "I am sure that the devil is having a carnival wit hthese styles -worn by wom
en on the streets of New York," he declared. "The women appear to be no longer interested in clothing, but in the lack of It."
NEGrBO BOY'S LEG
CRUSHED BY CARS
Roy Brothers, a negro boy of 15
years, "was caught between box cars
Saturday afternoon at First and Tays
streets, and his right leg badly crushed.
The boy : said to have crawled
through a gap between Texas & Pa
cific cars on a switch at that point,
just as an engine pushed the cars to
gether. The bov lives ait 814 Fourth
street. He was take to Hotel Dieu. .
41ST DISTRICT COURT.
A. 31. Walthall, Presiding.
T B. Dockery vs. E. K. Goodner et al,
suit on note; judgment for plaintiff.
Edna Irene Anderson et al vs. Eliza
beth Sawyer, partition shR: property
sold, proceeds divided and receiver dis
charged. JUSTICES COURTS.
E. B. McCHntock. Presiding.
Harry Davis and Dave Marshall.
charged -with being accessories after
the fact to the commission of the
crime of rape: complaint filed.
G. W. Beard, charged with assault
with intent to murder: complaint filed.
COURT MAY AGAIN POSTPONE
SENTENCE OX 3IATJRY BIGGS
San Francisco. Calif- Sept. 13. A
tentative agreement has been reached
that sentence on Maury Diggs and Drew
CaminettI will be postponed again next
week. Sentence may not 6e passed
until after the verdict is returned in
the case against Diggs and attorney
Charles B. Harris, of Sacramento, ac
cused of subornation of perjury.
LUMBER TOWN DESTROYED.
Kalamazoo, Mich., Sept 13. Word
has been receiveed here that Cooper,
a small lumber town, was destroyed
hy fire yesterday. Hundreds of per
sons are homeless. An appeal was
telephoned to the Kalamazoo fire de
partment just before the -wires were
turned from the poles.
APPLICANTS FOR YSLETA
An examination for clerk-carrier in
the El Paso postoffice and for post
master at Ysleta, was keld at the fed
eral court room Saturday morning.
Don't Drop Your
Choose the Right School
Don't drop your money or sign any
contract for a Business Education,
until you KNOW what you are get
ting for your money or your promise.
Investigate before you decide
Try our "stork before you pay
That's fair. '
ASK ANY REPUTABLE BUSINESS
MAN OR ANY EDUCATOR
m EL PASO.
Cor. Oregon & San Antonio.
Phone 1147, or 2088.
J. P. Mullin, President.
m M E E TI i
H Tobin at Ysleta Sunday and j
Hj he will show you some fine, flj
H level land near the interurban. H
j This land is ditched, plowed
B and ready to plant Only $10 H
H cash and $ 1 0 a month an acre H
TO BIN Jj
DEATHS A2B BURIALS I
MRS. ROSA LBXC.
Mrs. Rosa Lung, wife of J. E. Lung,
djed at their home, 507 Erie street, at
S:M Friday night at the age of 33
years. She came here a little less than
two years ago from Pine Bluff. Ark., to
which place the body will be taken
Sunday by her husband and her brother,
C A. Griffin.
Marie Newton, the eldest of the four
children of Mr- and Mrs. Peyton Gf
Newlon, died at the family residence.
1301 East Second street Saturday morn
ing at 10 oclock. She was born in
Lordsburg, N. M-, 12 years ago. Funeral
services will be held in the chapel at
508 Texas street Monday afternoon, the
funeral being set for that day so that
her grandmother, Mrs. F. E. Newlon,
of Chicago, I1L. can reach here In time
' for the services.
MRS. LUCY M. PROTIIRO.
Mrs. Lucy M. Prothro, "47 years of
age, wife of W. L. Brothro, died at the
family home, 2009 Dakota avenue, Fri
day night at 7.30. She canie here six
months ago from Louisiona ana was
Che last of five children, all victims of
tuberculosis. Surviving her are her
husband and eight children, Tom,
Gladys, Ruby, Basil. Katie. Hattie. Ella
and John, and her brotherinlaw. Casper
Leary, also lives here. Rev. A. E. Boyd,
pastor of the Highland Park Baptist
church, conducted the funeral services
in the chapel at 608 Texas street, Sat
urday afternoon at 3 oclock. Interment
was made in Concordia cemetery.
MRS. JAMES I. BROWN.
Mrs. James L. Brown died this morn
ing at 701 North Florence street and
i the body will be shipped this evening
ceased, formerly Miss Knoblauch, of El
Paso, was married to Mr. Brown about
four and a half years ago and had been
living in Pasadena, CaL She was
brought back here on July 20, very ill.
and had been growing worse from day
to day. Deceased leaves a husband and
a little girl three years of age. two
brothers, R. W. and Chas. F. Knob
lauch: a mother, Mrs. Minnie Knob
lauch, and a sister. Mrs. Delia Mann,
all residing in EI Paso except Mrs.
Mann, who lives in Russel. Texas.
Service, conducted by Rev." Chas. L.
Overstreet will be conducted this after
noon at the Peake chapel on Texas
street and the body will be shipped this
evening on the G. H. to Bryan.
ELEVEN INCHES OF RAIN -O
& IN 15 HOURS AT TYLER &
O TyIer,Texas, Sept. 13. Elev-
& en inches of rain fell hero in O
15 hours yesterday and today, S
- according to unofficial meas- &
C urements. Railroads traffic is O
4- paralyzed, four feet of water '
& standing on the track in this O
& city. &
Cleopatra, frail and fragile, Ufc
many thin people at heartily, and hei
guests wondered at the rarities ol
which they-partook. There was every
thing there that gastronomy coula
think of, except mutton, an exception
in favor of the divine Amnion with thf
hamlike Lsad. Even the roast beef and
p'um pudding were not lacking, foi
tLese delicacies were as popular ii
Thebes as was the broiled and salted
goose, with the good brown stout, and
strong barley wino to cheer the splr
Its and assist the digestion.
The ordinary cost of a Want Ad In
the El Paso Herald is 25 cents. It
reaches an average of about 70000
readers each issue.
There is no remedy for cut
tine "the hisrh cost of.livincr"
-like that of thoroughly reading the
ads in The Herald every evening.
You are just bound to find some
thing you need and at a saving.
Circulation statements, pub
lished by El Paso papers under
the new postal law. substantiate
The Herald's claim of having
more than double the circulation
of any other EI Paso daily paper.
SAYS VILLA IS AT
LA JUNTA WITH 2000
An American from Madera, who came
up on a motor car Saturday, reported
that Villa was at La Junta, below Ma
dera, with five troop trains carrying
2000 men. and that he had 30 "wounded
on the train. Villa was at La Junta
Monday with his trains and was ad
vancing toward Madera at thetime the
American left there for the border.
USES WOODEN TOMBSTONE
IN FIGHT ON MONEY BILL
Washington. D. G, Sept. 13. A
wooden tombstone, seven feet tall and
four feet square, was raised on the
floor of the house today to illustrate
an argument by representative Smith,
of Minnesota, that the administration
currency bill would put the industries,
labor, agriculture and commerce of the
country under the control of the men
appointed. The monument represent
ed the seven members of the financial
board. A general attack on the method
f of putting the bill through the house
was maae oy representative (jauoway,
of Texas, Democrat, who protested vig
orously pir-'Tist following Wilson and
Bryan blindly. : SMS,'
SULZER WILT. NOT RESIGN
DECLARES HIS LAWYERS
Albany, N. Y., Sept. 13. Governor
Sulzer has no intention of resigning,
according to his counsel. The state
ment was made following the issuance
of one in New York by assemblyman
Aaron J. Levy Intimating that the gov
ernor might resign If the Impeachment
proceedings were dropped.
Justice Chester, of the state supreme
court, today denied an application for
a -writ brought in a tax payers" action,
designed to prohibit the impeachment
trial of Gov. Sulzer.
CALUMET STRIKERS PARADE.
Calumet, Mich., Sept. 13. Several
hundred strikers paraded today and
some of the more obstreperous failed to
heed the orders to keep the streets
clear. Wild cheering by the union men
gave the affair a riotous aspect, but
no serious disorders occurred.
MANY BURNED BY EXPLOSION.
Buffalo, N. Y., Sept. 13. Six men are
believed to be missing, while several
others were painfully burned as the re
sult of an explosion in the Clover Leaf
Milling company's plant here at 3
oclock this morning. Between 20 and
40 men were at work in the mill at
the time of the explosion.
Phone 1 for quick auto baggage
Wake Up, Nick.
Nicola 'NaumolT, the Russian, whe
has just reached the age of 21. bavins
murdered an insured fianceo for a se
ductive countess in romantic Venice,
has, in his confession, related how
this notorious dame had a little way
of extinguishing her cigarettes on his
bare flesh just to see him wince, as
she loved him best when he suffered.
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See Scoop on Sport Page,
Texas & Pacific train No. 5, from ,
me ease aue at o:ou p. m.. is reponea
tr arrlvft at 1(1511 t m All nthn. of- ?
ternoon and night trains for Saturday
are reported on time. ""
Have Your Electrical Work done by
the Texas Electrical Supply Co. 75
cents per hour. 25 percent saved on
fixtures. 119 N. Stanton St. Phone
""Rcpirts for Duty.
'"Dad"xBurnham, janitor at the city
jail, who has been on the sick Lst for
several daVs, reporte-3 for duty Friday.
Chas. Zleger has leasedt heS t Regis
hotel for a period of even years. The
name has been changed to the New
Zieger. He states that he will make it
the biggest little hotel on the old Over
To Try Millionaire Monday.
Los Angeles, Calif., Sept. 13. A con
ference of county judges with counsel
for George H. Blxby, the millionaire
banker charged with offenses against
young girls, resulted In the selection
of judge B. F. Bledsoe, of San Bernar
dino county, to hear the case. The trial
will begin next. Monday.
FRANK EGGS For the baby, the
sick and you. Ranch phone 1860.
Dm. Bonlby & Bowlby. Osteopathic
Physicians. 711 Mills Bldg. Phone 4251.
Wallpaper at cost Tor next 50 days
A. Golding, 110 S. Stanton.
To Quiz PnIIninn Company.
San Francisco, Cal., Sept. 13. The
state railroad -commission, acting on
the complaints of many travelers, has
ordered the Pullman company to ap
pear before it November 19 and ex
plain its "practices, rules and regula
tions." Rates will not figure In the
hearing but its scope in other direc
tions will be wide.
Xlr. Nettle Sattcrlee. osteopath. 410
Mills Bldg.. phone 141.
Bird Cages from 90c to $7.50 at the
Silver City. N. JL, Sept 13. Robert
H. Boulware, representative from Grant
county in the legislature, who has been
dangerously ill for the past week, is
reported much better.
Pekin Cafe. , Meals and short orders.
Chinese chop suey and noodles. 207 S.
El Paso st, opposite Bijou theater.
Mny Not Freight Magazines.
Washington, D. C, Sept 13. Post
master general Burleson has under
consideration the abandonment .the
present practice of forwarding maga
zines by fast freight
Prompt Transfer Service.
For prompt baggage, livery, hack
and freight transfer, call Pomeroy'a El
Paso Transfer. Phone 2444.
Foster ArreMcil ecoml Time.
D. C. Foster was arrj-stid by the po
lice Friday night and docketed on a
charge of carrying a pistol and dis
turbing the peace. Tho arrest was
made at 810 Texas stree. whura the
police say the defendant wm creating a
disturbance by flouri-shlng a ii-stol and
threatening to kill Mrs. Minnie Over
street the proprietress of the place.
Mrs. Overstreet and l'er husband. A.
Overstreet were arrested Thursday on
a charge of running a Ulsorderiy'houfce.
Foster, at the same time, was arrested
on a charge of vagrancy.
Chas. Zieger has leased the St Regis
hotel for a period of seven years. The
name has been changed,, to the New
Zieger. He states that he will make It
the biggest little hotel on the old Over
Homeopathic Fractitioner, Geo. H.
Higgins, M. D., 212 Caples Bldg.
Twenty Rencued From Fire.
Chicago, in., Sept 13. Twenty guests
1. What 13 fhe hardest riddle?
2. When should the book of
nature be studied?
3. There are three of us in six;
five of us in seven; four of us in
four, and six in eleven?
4. What creature has many
6. AVhat smells the. most In a
Answers will be found under
their appropriate numbers scattered
througt the Classified Advertising
aiior nairora vs. uu
FAST FOUR ROUND CURTAIN RAISER
Sun, $1.00; Shade, $2.00; Ringside, $3.00
This Will Positively be the
of the Hotel Svea. a five story build
ing, were carried out by firemen when
the hotel was partly destroyed by fire
La Mode Beauty Shop.
Manicuring, shampooing, facial mas
sage, hair dressing.
We use soft water.
High class cosmetics. Sale on hair goods.
Mail orders Filled.
103 Mesa. Phone 1332.
Threaten to Lynch Negro.
Springfield. 111., Sept 13. For the
first time since the memorable race
riot in Springfield in August 190S,
there was talk of a lynching here last
night following the arrest and confes
sion of Charles Banks, negro, aged IS,
that he had attempted to assault 10
year old Theresa Marie Akins. Express
ing a wish that speedy justice be meted
out to Banks, a delegation of negroes
called on judge Krighton and urged
that a special grand jury be called to
Dr. Ebert, Dentist 216-218 Mills Bldg.
Chag. Zieger has leasedt heS t Regis
hotel for a period of seven years. The
name has been changed to the New
Zieger. He states that he will make it
the biggest little hotel on f a old Over
A bargain, 42 piece cottage sets, gilt
band, only ?2.95 at the China Palace,
112 San Antonio street
Fire Causes Panic in Theater.
St Louis. Mo.. Sept 13. Fire, which
did $100,000 damage to the elevator
of the Stanard Tllton Milling com
pany at Alton, near here, caused a
panic In the theater nearby. When the
blaze was at Its height some one in
the theater yelled "fire." The audi
ence rose in a body and made a rush
for the exits,. No one was seriously
hurt jl iiirti.
Dr. Garrett, stomacn. Intestines and
nternal diseases. 403 Roberts-Ban. Bid.
Dr. Jnmleson. diseases or kidneys,
bladder, rectum and skin; 618 Mills Bldg.
' Illinois Posse Kills Negro.
Cairo, 111., Sept 13. One negro was
killed and another Is believed to have
been fatally wounded by a posse of
citizens near Tamms, 111., following an
attempt by two negroes to force a mer
chant to accept a bill that had been
raised from one to five dollars.
Kitchen utensils, at the China
Dr. Hurley, phones 4053 and 275. Dis
eases of children and nervous troubles.
Dr, Paget, dentist. 581 Roberts-Banner.
For cnllliiK and receptions, ride In
the $6000 Hmou3ine of Longwell s.
March 1SS Miles in Nine Days.
Leavenworth, Kans., Sept 13. Com
pany A. signal corps, arrived at ort
Leavenworth from Fort Omaha, nayino
marched from the Nebraska post a
distance of 1S5 miles in nine days. "
Is the intention of the war department
It was stated here today, to make J; ori
Leavenworth the largest signal station
in the country.
Dr. Bryan. Dentist. 107 El Paso St
Dr. Leslie Hyde. Osteopathic Physi
cian, has returned; S14 Mesa, Pho. -16-.
Count Held on AVhlto Slave Charge.
Davenport. Iowa, Sept. 13. Count
tria, was held to the October term or
3 p. m.
T 1 4
the federal court charged with a viola
tion of the Mann act following a hear
ing by United States commissioner
Bush. Bail was fixed at $5000, which
the count was unable to furnish. He
is charged with bringing his 15 year old
wife from- Illinois to Iowa for immoral
Dr. A. T. Still Osteopathic Infirmary.
Dr. Ira W. Collins, physician in chief.
Dr. M. Alkire. lady specialist; Dr. Carl
Gibson, 201 W. Missouri street They
cured others. They can cure you.
Find More Counterfeits.
Washington. D. C, Sept 13.-M3n the
heels of an announcement only a few
days ago of the discovery of three new
counterfeit national bank notes, acting
chief W. H. Moran has warned the pub
lic of a new counterfeit $5 United
States note. It is a poor photographic
reproduction on paper of fair quality.
The treasury seal has been lightly
touched with pink ink and a slight at
tempt has been made to apply green
coloring matter to the back of the bllL
Toy Department at the China Palace
open all year round.
Baggage Autos they move your
trunks quickest Phone 1, LongweH's.
Minister's Wife Dresses as a Man.
St Louis. Mo., Sept 13. Mrs. Oscar
Punex. the 18 year old wife of Rev. Os
car Funek. of Granltevllle III. was ar
rested on a- charge- of yearing men's
clothing in the streets. She explained
that she frequently wears male attire
when accompanying her husband on
pastoral visits, as it protects her from
possible affront in the foreign labor
Dr. Branch Cralge, practice limited
to diseases of children and obstetrics.
Dr. Rntllfi, dentist 204 Caples Bldg.
Monks Rescne An American.
Geneva, Switzerland, Sept 13.
Monks, guided by the barking of their
St Bernard dogs, rescued a young
American named G. Dawson from a ra
vine into which he had fallen. Dawson
attempted to cross a pass without a
guide and fell into the ravine. He was
not injured, except for a badly sprained
ankle and shock, bat the ravine Was off
the usual travel route.
HAYDEN MAN DIES AS
RESULT OF ACCIDENT
Harden. Ariz.. SeDt. 13. A. "W. Henrv
died in the Ray hospital as a result
of an accident he had while out hunting.
A hrother residing in Alabama was no
tified a,nd wired back that he would
leave for Ray immediatelv to accompany
the remains back to Chattanooea, Tenn.,
Henrys former home, where interment
will take place. Henry was one of the
most popular young men of this section,
having resided in Ray, Hayden and for
the past year in Winkelman. He came
to Arizona for his health.
DOMINICAN GOVERNMENT IS
-r,A1P,ED BY FORMER EXECUTIVE
Washington. D. C, Sept 13. Latest
diplomatic dispatches say Gen. Arias,
former president of the Dominican re
public and a political force, has come
to the aid of president Bordas. assailed
by revolutionists, and his force Is now
sailing around the island from Santo
Domingo to Puerta Plata, where the
rebels are In complete possession of
The gunboat Nashville has left
Puerto Cortez, Honduras, for Guan
tanamo, to coal and sail for Santo
Los Angeles, Calif., Sept. 13. Clarence
Darrow, noted Chicago lawyer, is named
in the trial of a separate maintenance
suit of Mrs. Ann Etta Mayr, formerly
of Chicago, in the superior court. Tes
timony that Darrow, during his visit to
Los Angeles in 1907, embraced Mrs.
Mayr, was given by Miss Caroline Moore.
a neighbor of the vlaintiff.
"Nothing to It," Says Barrow.
Chicago. HL, Sept 13. "There is noth
ing to it at all," said Clarence S. Dar
row this afternoon, referring to an al
leged embrace h was said to have given
Mrs. Ann Mayr in Los Angeles. "Iso
such incident ever took place. I never
saw Mrs. Mayr at Los Angeles except
in the presence oZ my wife."
Phone 1 for limousine, automobiles
or taxis. Advertisement
The Man Who
EJ E lxw&j hard, year in and year
out Does belter tbot, per
haps earns more money, than he used
to. But he does not gel ahead. He
is exactly as poor today as he vas
when he began earning ha.lwing as a
boy. What h the mailer?
HE HAS NEVER LEARNED
TO SAVE MONEY.
Never has a dollar to invest. Never
makes a dollar that does not come out
of his pay envelope.
Horv much more contented he
might be, hov much belter pro
lecled against want if he had
MEANS OF HIS OWN saved
out of his earnings, in a repsensi
$1.00 Opens a Savings
We Pay 4 On
Bank 6c Trust Co.
Just Below Post Office